Kristian Jordan, Stephanie Sy, Arne MacPherson, Alicia Johnston | Set, Costumes & Props Design: Brian Perchaluk | Lighting Design: Scott Henderson | Sound Design: jaymez | Photo: Leif Norman
This is a digital-only production - watch it at home!
“Politics and government are increasingly slipping back into the control of privileged elites in the manner characteristic of pre-democratic times.” – Colin Crouch
Welcome to the world of the 1%, the corporate elite, the “C-suite” – the “king-makers” whose influence flows through every aspect of our lives virtually unnoticed. When a CEO and his top executives are on a business trip for a major deal, a damaging sex scandal at the company is unearthed back home. As the pressure to complete the deal mounts, more secrets come to the surface, endangering the CEO's company, his family, and his legacy. What happens to morality when human beings have limitless power?
From the Playwright: "Post-Democracy is based on my real lived experiences of being around affluent high-level corporate executives. We talk a lot about the 1% who hold and exert power in in our culture but we rarely put them onstage. I hung around with the 1% for a while. I want to show them to you."
Globe & Mail Critic’s Pick. “Do you miss Succession? Watch Hannah Moscovitch’s Post-Democracy for another sordid succession saga”
“Amazing on all fronts. Production. Writing. Acting. Bravo on your first virtual production. Must see! Hannah doesn’t hold back and it’s a story that needs to be told.” – Christa W.
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>> STEP-BY-STEP How to Watch the Play
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
That is the start of a 48-hour window during which you are able to watch the show at any time or as many times as you’d like.
Yes! You can purchase your same-day ticket at any time. The 48-hour period will still extend until 2 pm two days later.
Just like a live performance, you are able to exchange your ticket to another performance window. As usual, there is an exchange fee of $2.50. Contact the Box Office during regular hours at (204) 942-5483 to make the exchange.
Yes, you will get a reminder the day before your scheduled date and the day of. However, you will not receive further reminders during the viewing window – it will be up to you to make sure you don’t miss it.
If something comes up and you miss the viewing window entirely, you can still exchange for another time, with an exchange fee of $2.50. However, once the run is over on April 25, the play will be unavailable. Contact the Box Office during regular hours at (204) 942-5483.
You’ll access the show through your account on the PTE ticketing website - LOGIN HERE. You’ll have the ability to watch on any digital device, although we recommend a larger screen for the best experience. You’ll be able to watch full-screen and access closed captioning. For more information on how to watch the show, step-by-step instructions will be available here on April 1.
You can call or email the PTE Box Office during regular hours to check. If you’ve never purchased tickets online, or can’t remember your password, Box Office reps will be able to send you an email request to “reset your password”. Once you do that, you’ll be able to log on to the ticket site.
You could also go straight to the site, enter your email address and click “forgot my password” for the same result. If you don’t get the email, contact the Box Office at email@example.com for assistance. Don’t forget to check your Junk folder!
Virtual performances must viewed in a web browser, but if you have a smart TV, it may be possible to watch it there. You’ll need to check your manual. If you have an HDMI cable, you can plug a laptop into most TVs. Depending on your browser, it may be possible to cast to your TV from another device. Again, you’d have to do a bit of research – Google is a great resource.
Our Box Office staff are available by phone Monday to Sunday during the run (April 8 - 25) from 1 pm to 9 pm. Call 204-942-5483, and we'll do our best to help you figure it out.
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